In Demain la brume, Timothée Demeillers stages young destinies mistreated by History, in a Europe where frontiers are getting stronger rather than fading away.
1990, Nevers. Katia, 19 year-old, is bored to death in provincial France. She discovers poetry and dreams of independence. She falls madly in love with Pierre-Yves, free and non-conformist. But he suddenly leaves France and goes to fight in Yugoslavia.
1990, Zagreb. The Celestial Bastards are the rock band everyone is talking about. Their hit made the youth dance and, against their will, became a real anthem to the break-up of Yugoslavia. Their success led them into war.
1990, Vukovar. In this multicultural city, Serbs and Croats live together. But according to Nada, you have to choose your side. For her, it’s the Serbian militia.
Broken loves and friendships, lost illusions, the violence of commitments, Demain la brume plunges us into the horror of a war close to us.